People Swoop In To Rescue Birds

The Southwest Wildlife Foundation of Utah doesn't just rescue eagles, they take care of all kinds of birds. Case in point, they came across a newborn horned lark that needed 24-hour care and feeding in order to survive. Once it was healthy enough, they released the lark back into the wild.

Some birds get themselves into trouble though. This osprey got itself trapped in the cables on a cell tower. When Tom Corbin and his friend Shane were called in to help, they had to think on their feet since they're not actually bird rescuers. Thankfully, they were successful.